You Have To Sign A Waiver To Enter This Terrifying Haunted House In Virginia


It’s no secret that haunted houses are terrifying. These foreboding mansions are set up for productions that can truly scare the living daylights out of you. Yet even so, it’s not often that you hear of a haunted house so completely horrifying that visitors are required to sign a waiver before entering. That’s the case with northern Virginia’s Paxton Manor. This haunted house is much more than an attraction; it’s a historic site with acclaimed paranormal activity. And you can experience it all this October…if you dare. In 1872, the mansion known as Paxton Manor was built in the northeast portion of Leesburg, Virginia and known at the time as Carlheim. It was built by Pennsylvania resident Charles Paxton, after whom the house is now named. The structure is an impressive 20,000 square feet and was included on the National Register of Historic Places by 1979.